Free Audio Mastering

Posted on April 14, 2014 in Audio Perception, Audio Restoration, Music, Online Mastering
Creative Audio Works will provide audio mastering free for one song to artists or bands that wish to have their mix mastered Creative Audio Works LLC 15 Bay Colony Drive Plymouth, MA 02360 [email protected] Welcome to Creative Audio Works LLC, more »

Creative Audio Works LLC Launches Online Mastering service.

Posted on May 21, 2013 in Audio Archiving, Audio Restoration, Equipment, Music, Online Mastering, Studio History
Creative Audio Works LLC 15 Bay Colony Drive Plymouth, MA 02360 [email protected], FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Creative Audio Works LLC Launches Online Mastering service.   Plymouth, MA – Creative Audio Works LLC has launched its new Online Mastering service.  The website more »

1932 New Phonograph Record Plays Half Hour Music Program

Posted on August 6, 2012 in Audio Archiving, Audio Restoration, Equipment, History, Music
The phonograph, long overshadowed by the radio, now promises to come back into popularity, thanks to the development of an improved type of phonograph record recently introduced. Capable of running for a full half hour, the new long-playing record reproduces more »

The coming record revolution: digital discs. Popular Science (Nov, 1981)

Posted on July 28, 2012 in Audio Archiving, Audio Perception, Audio Restoration, Equipment, History, Music
    The coming record revolution: digital discs A laser “reads” the compact, no-wear disc to deliver superior hi-fi By LEONARD FELDMAN Tokyo, Japan A Sony technician slipped a small disc into the slot of a player no larger than more »

MIX Magazines Class of 2012

Posted on July 9, 2012 in Audio Archiving, Audio Restoration, History, Music, Studio History
  Malibu, CA, June 14, 2012 The Year’s Finest Facilities Featured in MIX magazine’s Class of 2012. Each Year MIX magazine names the Hottest Recording/Production studios around the globe. Among this year’s studios was Creative Audio Works located in Plymouth more »

The First Music Video, 1895 The Dickson Experimental Sound Film.

Posted on May 23, 2012 in Audio Archiving, Audio Restoration, History, Music
This film, known as The Dickson Experimental Sound Film, is the first known film with live-recorded sound. The film features William Dicksonplaying the melody “Song of the Cabin Boy” from the light opera “The Chimes of Normandy“, composed by Robert Planquette in 1877. more »

May 17 1965, Moog introduces the first analog synthesizer.

Posted on May 17, 2012 in Album Art, Equipment, History, Music, Studio History
The Moog synthesizer, though Robert Moog preferred the former) may refer to any number of analog synthesizers designed by Dr. Robert Moog or manufactured by Moog Music, and is commonly used as a generic term for older-generation analog music synthesizers. more »

The myths and reality of vinyl records vs.CDs.

Posted on February 16, 2012 in Audio Perception, Audio Restoration, Equipment, Music
Vinyl always sounds better than CD As described below, despite decades of arguments, there is no technical proof of the sonic superiority of the vinyl medium compared to CD. One vinyl record may sound better than its equivalent CD for more »

The Beatles appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show Feb. 9, 1964

Posted on February 9, 2012 in Audio Restoration, History, Music
On this day in 1964, the Beatles appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show for the first time, as teenage girls screamed hysterically in the audience and 73 million people watched from home — a record for American television at the more »

Lindisfarne

Posted on January 23, 2012 in History, Music
Lindisfarne were a British folk/rock group from Newcastle upon Tyne established in 1970 (originally called Brethren and fronted by singer/songwriter Alan Hull. Their music combined a strong sense of yearning with an even stronger sense of fun. The original line-up more »
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